0 Replies Latest reply: Nov 14, 2013 7:50 PM by HurryCurry RSS

    Problems logging in to AMS on Amazon web services

    HurryCurry Community Member

      Hi All

       

      We've recently put an AMS server running CentOS together using the AMI # ami-ee7259ab for the US West region.

       

      We're not able to log in to this machine.

       

      We've put the following entry into ams.ini :

       

      SERVER.ADMIN_USERNAME = admin

       

      We have the following entry in users.xml

      <User name="${SERVER.ADMIN_USERNAME}">

                  <Allow>our hostname hhere</Allow>

                  <Deny></Deny>

                  <Order>Allow,Deny</Order>            <Password>d8f2d3ff51084c748a07cd516bd7fd704c55a90e07f700f92a4e474d9b512db5ed83da4bdf61b50 f</Password>

              </User>

       

      The password hash in the above XML was successfully generated using the command

      ./amsadmin -console -user admin

       

      and we stopped the service before changing the password, then started it again.

       

      We've even opened 1111 up to the world, and specified SERVER.ADMINSERVER_HOSTPORT = :1111 in ams.ini.

       

      I still cannot log in. Does anyone have any ideas what we've missed?

       

      Many thanks!